Israeli Economy Minister Naftali Bennett on Tuesday turned the tables in an interview on BBC’s Hard Talkwhen he asked host Stephen Sackur, “Would you hand over half of Britain to someone who keeps on killing you?”
In the combative interview, Bennett countered Sackur at every turn.
Asked about his resistance to the internationally acclaimed “two-state solution,” Bennett said the history of Arab violence and two decades of diplomatic failures mean “fresh thinking” is required.
“In our land, there are nearly 2 million Palestinians…. They’re not going anywhere, but we’re not going anywhere,” Bennett said. “We gotta figure out how to live together, how to work it out.”